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Rising Storm 2: Vietnam MacBook OS X Version
Our team has good news today! Rising Storm 2: Vietnam MacBook OS X Version is finally available for you. Fortunately now is converted so you can play it on all Macintosh computers. It is a tactical first-person shooter video game and it developed by Antimatter Games and Tripwire Interactive. The game is co-published by Tripwire Interactive and Iceberg Interactive. We have to say that this cool game is a direct sequel to 2013’s Rising Storm.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam MacBook OS X Version is simply impressive! It is set in the period of the Vietnam War conflict and a big part of the locations are based on historic battles. While playing you get the chance to use era-specific weapons including powerful machine guns and artillery. You can even control airborne vehicles.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam is focusing on the brutality and cruelty of the Vietnam war through hard and intense 64-player firefights. It is good to know that ARVN update adds the Army of the Republic of Vietnam to the five now available factions. Also the in-game maps are all based on real locations and features three themes: urban, rural and jungle.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam MacBook OS X Version REQUIREMENTS
- RAM: 4 GB
- Free Disk Space: 30 GB
- OS X Version: 10.10 & up
- Processor: i5
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam MacBook OS X Version DOWNLOAD
The game is available to download via two different methods. Both are up and working, torrent is faster and direct is the simpler method. Once downloaded extract game folder from .dmg file. Enjoy it!
More Game Details:
In Rising Storm 2: Vietnam MacBook OS X Version, your enemy is unforgiving and you must communicate quick with your team. While playing, you will notice voice chat so use them in your advantage regarding your enemy positions. In case you decide to take on the Commander class, you have to make sure you listen to your teammates and give them support. Another important aspect is that maps are pretty big. It might be tempting to run everywhere but is not a good idea. Running will costs stamina and the more stamina you will use, the less accurate your shooting is going to be. So it is better to take your time and think well your next move.